IS BAD WIFI DUMBING DOWN YOUR HOME?: network, nurture, pakedge, pcna, professional, smart-home, smart-home-trends, wifi, wireless,

IS BAD WIFI DUMBING DOWN YOUR HOME?

Posted November 16, 2018

Is your wireless connection, or lack thereof, driving you mad? Do you find yourself excited to add smart gadgets to your home only to be frustrated by sluggish service and the constant loss of connectivity?

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An Emphasis on ‘Trusted’: How network certification raises the bar for smart home services: andy bell, networking, pakedge, pcna, tech, trusted, uk,

An Emphasis on ‘Trusted’: How network certification raises the bar for smart home services

Posted March 8, 2018

Finding a dealer with skills you can trust is key to enjoying a superior smart home experience. Smart home or not, any homeowner who experiences an internet outage knows what an irritating inconvenience it can be to be abruptly jolted back into the dark ages. Just about all of our modern luxuries, and even our home security systems, are now dependent on connectivity. This means that the more technology your home has, the more important it is that your network performs at its peak. But not all networks are built the same, because not all technology integrators are the same.

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Wi-Fi: What it is, Why You Need it, and How to Make It Work Better.: networking, pakedge,

Wi-Fi: What it is, Why You Need it, and How to Make It Work Better.

Posted March 1, 2017

Wi-Fi used to be considered a nice convenience in the home — now it’s an absolute necessity. The number of connected devices will reach about 50 billion in the next five years, according to Dave Evans, former chief futurist at Cisco.

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HOW'S YOUR HOME NETWORK?: cedia 2016, network, pakedge,

HOW'S YOUR HOME NETWORK?

Posted September 14, 2016

Stop for a moment and think about the number of devices in and around your house that rely on your home network. Ten years ago, this might have amounted to no more than a laptop, a desktop or two, and maybe a DVR. Today, your network is likely congested with tablets, TVs, media streamers, music systems, multiple smartphones—including those of your frequent guests—and maybe even a few appliances. And that’s not even considering the fact that the home network forms the foundation for any home automation system.

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